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    Identification please?

    I bought this and another with Electric Yellows and Demasonis... I have forgotten the name of this fish... Any help? Sorry for poor picture quality... Hard enough just for him to come out and be visable...LOL

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    I think it is a Synodontis petricola: http://www.seriouslyfish.com/profile...tricola&id=313

    If it isn't, then it may be another type of Synodontis.



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    +1 on the petricola, I have 4 of them. They love to be in groups, mine swim after each other and play like that but they
    do love their caves and over turned terracotta pot. Mine eat green grapes,zucchini and cucumber.
    6 Bolivian Rams, 5 baby Geophagus St., 9 Black Phantom Tetra's, 3 Blue Gourami, 4 Synodontis Petricola
    Love my fishies they're magical



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    Thanks XMX... Pretty sure ya nailed it... There was only one other that it might have been... Synodontis Lucipinnis.... Close enough. I appreciate your reply... Thanks!



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    Definitely a synodontis, although it could be s. multipunctatus or s. petricola.

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